Public accounts reports compare the government’s actual year-end financial results (revenues and expenses) with the goals outlined in the budget.
The government produces public accounts annually to meet the requirements of the Finance Act. The reports compare the government’s actual year-end financial results with the budget plan for the year.
Public accounts for each fiscal year include:
- consolidated financial statements for the fiscal year-end (volume 1)
- financial statements for governmental units, agencies, funds, and business enterprises and partnerships (volume 2)
- supplementary information for the fiscal year-end (volume 3)